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A new millennium leader leveraging the transformative power of Hip-Hop, Social Media and Technology into a new brand of social change. Jasiri performs nationally and internationally, delivers keynote addresses and speaks on scholarly panels. Jasiri has worked in underserved communities as a mentor, educator and community leader. He is a founding member of the anti-violence community organization, 1Hood. After garnering over 1.5 million YouTube views for his conscious elevating Hip-Hop, Jasiri felt that it was imperative to provide training for young people in new forms of digital media, empowering them to change their own communities and to tell their own, often maligned and marginalized stories. In 2011, Jasiri founded 1Hood Media Academy in Pittsburgh, where he leads a team of educators and artists in teaching young people media literacy, photography, videography, music production, creative lyricism, entrepreneurship, journalism and other 21st century skills. Jasiri X is a new millennium Civil Rights Activist working closely with his mentor, Harry Belafonte to address social ills of today’s society. Jasiri is poised to lead a global generation in changing Hip Hop’s bad rap (rep) by staying true to his artistic intention – FREEING MINDS ONE RHYME AT A TIME.
POPSspot Sports Radio welcomes emcee and community activist Jasiri X who has utilized both hip-hop and popular culture, including sports, to reach young people. His ground breaking internet news series, This Week with Jasiri X, has garnered critical acclaim, thousands of subscribers, and millions of internet views. From the controversial viral video What if the Tea Party was Black?, to the hard hitting hilarity of Republican Woman…stay away from me, Jasiri X cleverly uses Hip-Hop to provide social commentary on a variety of issues. His videos have been featured on websites as diverse as Allhiphop.com and The Huffington Post and Jasiri has been a guest on BET Rap City, The Michael Baisden Show, Free Speech TV, Left of Black, and Russia Today.
Jasiri X first burst on the National and International Hip-Hop scene with the powerful hit song Free The Jena 6 which was played on more than 100 radio stations and was named Hip-hop Political Song of the Year. His debut album, American History X, was named Album of the Year at the Pittsburgh Hip-Hop Awards. A six time Pittsburgh Hip-Hop Award winner, Jasiri recently became the first Hip-Hop artist to received the coveted August Wilson Center for African American Culture Fellowship. A founding member of the anti-violence group One Hood, Jasiri started the 1Hood Media Academy to teach young African-American boys how to analyze and create media for themselves.
Jasiri X stops by to share his trip to Palestine. An unforgettable experience for both the witness and the listener. Joining T.Mill to talk about his activism, his motivation and inspiration. Activist & Emcee Jasiri X stops by to share his experiences and perspective on achieving activism. We all want to stand up for something, few do it better than Jasiri X. Show info & booking firstname.lastname@example.org To listen in or speak dial - (646) 915-9272 like us on FB http://www.facebook.com/intunewithtmill
Jasiri X stops by to share his trip to Palestine. An unforgettable experience for both the witness and the listener. Joining T.Mill to talk about his activism, his motivation and inspiration.
Activist & Emcee Jasiri X stops by to share his experiences and perspective on achieving activism. We all want to stand up for something, few do it better than Jasiri X.
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Welcome To The Mogul Minute.
Tuen Into The Mogul Minute Radio For Hot Topics, Music And Interview With Hip Hop Artist Jasir X Of Pittsburgh.
Jasiri X inspired Single “Free the Jena 6 And He Continues To Bring A Strong Message With His Catching Hip Hop Lyrics And Realness To His Sound .
So Tune 11 PM EST
JOIN THE SISTAHOOD 101 FAMILY IN THE WISDOM CYPHA AS WE INNERVIEW BROTHER JASIRI X, ON HIP HOP POLITICS ACTIVISM AND THE ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY AND ITS AFFECT ON URBAN YOUTH.
SPECIAL CO-HOST HIP HOP ICON & ACTIVIST BROTHER J OF XCLAN.
THIS WILL BE ANOTHER EXCLUSIVE INSIDER THAT YOU WILL NOT WANT TO MISS JOIN US...OR CHECK THE ARCHIVES....
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Paradise Gray was raised in The South Bronx during the days of Reaganomics, the trickle down theory was in full effect. With live entertainment being financially inaccessible, the young people began to create their own forms of entertainment.
Paradise was a young street D.J. mentored by some of Hip-hop’s Legendary founding DJ’s:
Paradise is also a writer and photographer with articles and photographs appearing in The Source Magazine, XXL, Right On! Magazine, YO!, Wax Poetics, Big Red News, VH1′s 30 Years Of Hip-hop History TV Special, “It’s Like That” (Run-DMC’s Autobiography) by Bill Adler.
"Imagine If Trayvon Killed Zimmerman",
Do you wanna know how messed up the system is? Imagine if Trayvon killed George Zimmerman You think Trayvon would have been found innocent? He would have faced a lifetime of imprisonment See Stand Your Ground only works if you’re a citizen So that right isn’t his only whites benefit We are not legitimate that fact is definitive Don’t believe ask Marissa Alexander if it is To protect herself in her own home with her kids Fired a warning shot she got a 20 year sentencing Now that’s ridicules but all Black are witnesses Of the hatred in this nation that’s run by hypocrites Would the NRA have backed Trayvon? Would Fox news tell white folks if he gets off stay calm? We know the truth so I won’t go no further Cause Trayvon was found guilty of his own murder......
The latest from Jasiri X (@jasiri_x). Freeing minds one rhyme at a time. For bookings & interviews email firstname.lastname@example.org. City of Steel
Please join us for a conversation about Creativity, Community, and Cultural relevance. We will be engaged with two dynamic guests. The first half of our program, we will interview the talented vocalist Ozara Ode. Ozara has started a Gofundme campaign to take her Nina Simone adaptation to Broadway. After reaching much success in Atlanta with the production “In the Key of Nina” during the summer of 2015, Ozara is on a mission to further honor Ms. Simone’s legacy. We will be talking more with Ozara to find out what she is doing and how we can support her.
The dialogue for the second hour will be driven by Pittsburg raptivist, Jasiri X who has been steadily climbing the rungs of the underground ladder worldwide. Jasiri made major noise with his debut single “Free the Jena6”. Tonight he will enlighten us about Black Liberation Theology and share what else he has in store.
We will contemplate the fate of a center that was designed with the spirit of Comrade Tupac Amaru Shakur in mind. Built to be a hub of Creative Community collaboration and cultural education, it has long been shut down and now the building is for sale. We look into ideas about what happened, why, and what we can do differently to insure that similar efforts flourish. Welcome to the Blaq Hour.
New 'Super Earth' Planet X discovered at edge of Solar System
Two separate research groups claim to have finally uncovered a massive new planet beyond Pluto.
They believe a dot picked up by ALMA radio telescopes in Chile is a new planet several times the size of Earth or a larger brown dwarf star further away.
One group – from Sweden – has named the new world "Gna" after a Nordic messenger goddess.
Astronomers have been hunting for another planet – dubbed Planet X – to explain wobbles in the other planets' orbits for 100 years.
Conspiracy theorists have warned Planet X is the alien world Nibiru.
The independent research groups spotted "new blackbody point sources" at different areas of the night sky – once near the star W Aquilae and the other next to our nearest neighbouring star system, Alpha Centauri.
Astronomers first thought the bodies were faint glows from far-distant background galaxies.
But in separate pairs of snapshots – taken over a period of months – both objects seemed to move swiftly against the “fixed” background stars – suggesting they were much closer to Earth.
The authors of the Swedish study write: "Simple arguments convince us that this object cannot be an ordinary star.
"We argue that the object is most likely part of the solar system… albeit at a distance too far to be detectable at other wavelengths."
Different kinds of space object could explain the light source.
Theories range from a 125-mile wide asteroid floating between Saturn and Uranus, to a planet somewhere between the size of Earth and Neptune six times further from the Sun than Pluto, to a small cooled-down star called a brown dwarf even further out.
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